Saturday, 10 January 2009

Bowral, Bradman Museum

This is my blog's first photographic foray outside Sydney. I visited Bowral this weekend, a town located 126 kilometres south west of Sydney. The Bradman Museum is a tourist attraction dedicated to the game of cricket and one of Australia's greatest cricketers, Don Bradman. This statue of 'The Don' is located in the forecourt.

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  1. The Southern Highlands is a glorious part of NSW which has some lovely areas accessible without the need to stay overnight. I often go down to Kangaroo Valley.

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